50 iPad Apps for Getting Stuff Done: Page 3

Posted August 30, 2010
By

Troy Dreier


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35) iCardSort (Free): An unusual brainstorming app, iCardSort asks you to record your options on a card and then move those cards around to explore different possibilities.

36) Keynote ($9.99): Control Apple's graphically rich presentation program right on your iPad. Use it to create and show stunning-looking presentations. It can even open PowerPoint files.

37) Manage ($2.99): Just because you're working with a tablet computer doesn't mean you want it to look that way. Manage has the look of an attractive leather folio. Use it to view tasks, sort them, and highlight urgent jobs.

38) MobileMe iDisk (Free): For Apple MobileMe subscribers, this free app is an essential. Use it to access files from your cloud-based iDisk and easily share them.

39) Note Taker HD ($4.99): Get the power of a digital assistant with the personality of a pen. Note Taker HD lets you write handwritten notes and store pages in a thumbnail view.

40) Numbers ($9.99): Apple's spreadsheet program doesn't just add columns of numbers; it creates eye-catching charts and now it works on the iPad.

41) OmniFocus for iPad ($39.99): Users are crazy for this in-depth task management app. It offers quick entry, the ability to organize tasks into projects and folders, and cloud synchronization with the OmniFocus desktop app.

42) Outliner for iPad ($4.99): Use this task manager to create a to-do or track a project. You can share your outlines, edit them, and collaborate with other Outliner users.

43) Pages ($9.99): Apple's in-house word processor, which is even more a desktop publishing program, looks great on the iPad. Use it to write docs and create great layouts.

44) Penultimate ($2.99): Don't type, write as you normally would. This notes app lets you write notes and draw sketches.

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45) Side by Side ($.99): With all that screen real estate, why not divide it in two? This app splits your screen so you can do two things at once, like read and take notes.

46) Springpad (Free): Don't forget those precious ideas. Springpad lets you save notes quickly, then organizes them for you.

47) Team Viewer HD (Free): When used with the TeamViewer desktop application, this app lets you remotely access unattended computers.

48) Things for iPad ($19.99): This perfectly intuitive task manager lets you manage to-dos, notes, and projects. When used with the desktop version, you can sync your list between your computer and iPad.

49) TouchCalc (Free): This powerful calculator offers a scientific mode, a bit/integer mode, and a statistics mode. Color-coded keys make it easy to find your way around.

50) TouchDraw ($4.99): Create professional visuals with this vector drawing app which lets you use shape and freehand tools to create and edit drawings.


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